Accessible Tourism

Candidates for governor, AG, tackle fishing industry concerns |  news

Candidates for governor, AG, tackle fishing industry concerns | news

Representatives of the Gloucester fishing industry caught the ears of Democratic candidate for governor Attorney General Maura Healey, and a Democratic candidate for attorney general, Andrea Campbell, during a meeting at the Gloucester House Restaurant on Rogers Street around noon before a campaign canvass kickoff. The pair heard concerns about the high cost of fuel …

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People with disabilities lack accessible travel in Germany |  DW Travel |  DW

People with disabilities lack accessible travel in Germany | DW Travel | DW

Jonas Morgenroth, a 34-year-old engineer from Göttingen, relies on a wheelchair. When he wants to go on vacation, things often get complicated. Train platforms and narrow hotel room doors can become insurmountable obstacles. Once, several years ago when he wanted to go to Bulgaria for a friend’s wedding, the airline refused to take him. The …

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8 Paradisiacal Island Resorts to Save for Your Future Trip in Malaysia

8 Paradisiacal Island Resorts to Save for Your Future Trip in Malaysia

Phuket, Krabi and other Southern Thai provinces are the island paradises, of course. Our neighboring country like Malaysia, in addition, also boasts some exquisite island getaways worthy of a visit as well. Nature lover, wildlife enthusiast, conservationist or simply a seeker of comfort — whatever tag you may give yourself, an uninterrupted getaway at a …

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Phoenix, MCCCD partner to kick-start workforce development |  news

Phoenix, MCCCD partner to kick-start workforce development | news

Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego and Dr. Steven R. Gonzales, interim chancellor of the Maricopa Community Colleges, have announced a new partnership called Route to Relief. The new program, supported by the city’s federal pandemic relief dollars, provides free tuition, monthly stipends and employment assistance in eligible programs across the 10 Maricopa Community Colleges — including …

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Volunteers improve Black Hills tourism experience for disabled locals, visitors

Volunteers improve Black Hills tourism experience for disabled locals, visitors

The Americans with Disabilities Act is more than 30 years old but many businesses and tourist attractions remain inaccessible. That can make it tough for disabled people to know where they can easily visit. Accessible Black Hills is a new volunteer organization that’s trying to tackle these issues. Kelsey Stine, who founded the group, used …

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USDOT awards .2 million for Alabama |  news

USDOT awards $27.2 million for Alabama | news

The Biden-Harris administration announced $27.2 million in funding for three projects in Alabama to modernize transportation and make it more affordable, increase safety, and strengthen supply chains President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law more than doubles the funding for popular RAISE Program this year Thursday, Aug. 11, US Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg announced that the …

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